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Program Distributes $30,000 to Teen Programs


Youth Making Change announced it will distribute $30,000 to various teen-led projects across the county. Launched by the Fund for Santa Barbara about six years ago, the program will benefit groups including the Santa Barbara Youth Council, Kids Helping Kids, Peer Buddies, Westside Narrative/Revolving Murals, the Dos Pueblos High School writing center, a three-day community retreat for 30 area kids, and more.

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